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Challengers A Success in 7v7 Football

In their fall 7 on 7 passing league, the Cascade Christian Challengers football team came away a 10-1 victor over Rogue River Thursday night. The opportunity gives quarterbacks, running backs, tight ends and receivers a chance to hone their skills as they anticipate playing regular football games during Season 3 (Late February through April). If

Support Challengers Wrestling- Get Your Gaiters!

They’re here! The Cascade Christian neck gaiters have arrived and are being sold by Challenger wrestlers to help program expenses, such as overnight travel. Find a Cascade Christian wrestler, or contact wrestling coach Jesse Everett at jeverett@gracechristian.org. These gaiters are lightweight, durable, breathable and flexible. As you can see from the feature photo, they have

Softball: CCHS Traveling Team Is Road Royalty

On the strength of a pair of no-hitters by Katelyn Willard, the Cascade Christian Challengers traveling softball team came away undefeated at a tournament in Newberg last weekend. At 22-5 over the summer and fall months, this Challengers’ squad is no flash in the pan. The team is comprised of three Cascade Christian athletes: Seniors

Skiers! Opportunity Knocks

Have fun skiing while representing your school. Cascade Christian offers skiing as a club sport, and now those who enjoy a little competition while hitting the slopes have a fun opportunity coming this winter. Anyone interested in participating with the Ski Club this year may contact coaches Gary King and Jerry Fitzpatrick. Contact information is

NFL Eagles Re-Sign Challenger Grad

Cascade Christian graduate Dante Olson is in the rarified air of the National Football League. After being cut by the Philadelphia Eagles in the pre-season, the 2019 Buck Buchanan Award winner who starred at Montana was signed to the team’s practice squad. It may not be glamorous, but it’s one step closer to the field.

Challengers Trap Shooting Team In Fall Competition

Yes, you read that correctly: Cascade Christian has a trap shooting team, and a good one at that. As a team, the Challengers finished third at state in the spring, and Lily Akins earned first place individually, with Grace Bailey claiming fourth. This week, a promising squad of ten shooters is getting its first taste

There Will Be Soccer in Southern Oregon This Fall

On Friday, October 16, 17 Cascade Christian Challengers will compete in boys soccer against the Crater Comets. Thanks to the cooperative efforts of Challengers coach Javier De La Mora, along with coaches from North and South Medford, Phoenix, Hidden Valley, Crater, Grants Pass and Eagle Point, eight local high schools will be taking advantage of